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Family Stratiomyidae - Soldier flies

 
 
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?stratiomyid - Exodontha luteipes

Fly with big eyes & shiny green thorax - Beris fuscipes fly - Allognosta fuscitarsis Soldier Fly - Allognosta fuscitarsis Tachnid? - Actina viridis Something - Allognosta fuscitarsis - male Soldier flies Allognosta fuscitarsis - Allognosta fuscitarsis Fly - Actina viridis Stratiomyidae - Actina viridis

Redheaded fly - Inopus rubriceps - female Australian Sod Fly? - Inopus rubriceps - female Fly ID Request - Inopus rubriceps Black bug, orange head - Inopus rubriceps - female Black bug, orange head - Inopus rubriceps - female Sugarcane Soldier Fly - Inopus rubriceps - male Sugarcane Soldier Fly - Inopus rubriceps - male Red Headed Fly - Inopus rubriceps

A fly landed on my pants. - Dieuryneura stigma ID for Soldier Fly in CA? - Adoxomyia And yet another Adoxomyia... - Adoxomyia unknown Diptera - Dieuryneura stigma Fly on Ocotillo - Dieuryneura stigma Fly ID Request - Adoxomyia Fly ID Request - Adoxomyia Orthorrhapha - Dieuryneura stigma

Black Soldier Fly - Hermetia illucens Black Soldier Fly - Hermetia illucens soldier fly - Hermetia illucens ? - Hermetia illucens At first glimpse, thought it was a Mydid :-) - Hermetia comstocki - female  Hermetia illucens? - Hermetia illucens Unknown bee - Hermetia chrysopila Hermetia - Hermetia subpellucida

 
 
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